English → English - natural

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adj. conforming to the laws of nature; normal; inborn, instinctive; of or relating to nature; not artificial, organic; physical, earthbound
n. person with innate talent for a certain role (Slang); stupid person; white piano key
adj. natural, native; lifelike; fresh; simple, easy; plain

English → Spanish - natural

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adj. natural; al natural, crudo, sin afectación; originario
s. natural, sencillo, genuino, llano; nativo; bastardo, ilegítimo

Spanish → English - natural

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adj. natural, native; lifelike; fresh; simple, easy; plain

English → French - natural

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adj. naturel, conforme aux lois de la nature; normal; inné, instictif; organique, physique; non artificiel, relatif à la nature
n. talent, don, talent naturel pour jouer un rôle; touche blanche du piano; personne stupide, sot; imbécile (Argot)

English → German - natural

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adj. natürlich; der Natur; materiell
n. Natur-; ohne Vorzeichen; Idiot (in); weiße Taste beim Klavier, Aulösungszeichen; Naturtalent

English → Indonesian - natural

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n. kelaziman
a. alam, alamiah, dasar, biasa, wajar, normal, fitri

English → Italian - natural

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agg. di natura, naturale; ovvio, che va da sè; semplice, spontaneo, schietto; innato, congenito, connaturato; caratteristico, tipico, proprio; illegittimo
s. (fam) chi ha doti naturali; persona adatta; (Mus) bequadro; nota naturale; (slang) idiota, deficiente

English → Polish - natural

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n. idiota od urodzenia, kasownik {muz.}, nuta naturalna {muz.}, nieślubne dziecko
a. naturalny, przyrodniczy, niewymuszony, pierwotny, wrodzony, przyrodzony, rodzimy, własny, dziki, uprawiany: nie uprawiany, samorodny

English → Portuguese - natural

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adj. natural; relativo à natureza
s. natural; pessoa que possui dom natural para um certo trabalho (gíria); verdadeiro; idiota; bastardo

English → Romanian - natural

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n. becar {muz.}, dispoziţie naturală
a. natural, natură: din natură, normal, firesc, explicabil, înţeles: de înţeles, simplu, neprefăcut, real, viu

English → Russian - natural

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прил. естественный, природный, земной; физический; настоящий, натуральный, как живой; обычный, нормальный; дикий, некультивированный; незаконнорожденный; самородный
с. что-либо естественное; одаренный человек; идиот от рождения; бекар [муз.]

English → Turkish - natural

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s. doğal, tabii, natürel, doğuştan

English → Ukrainian - natural

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n. кретин, ідіот, дурник, підхожий: підхожа людина, існування: земне існування, обдарований: обдарована людина
a. природний, натуральний, земний, фізичний, справжній, звичайний, зрозумілий, дикий, некультивований, необроблений, природжений, невимушений, позашлюбний, нормальний, природничий

Portuguese → English - natural

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adj. native, lifelike

Romanian → English - natural

a. natural, physical, primitive, genuine, real, lifelike, careless, matter-of-course, unsophisticated, unvarnished, undisguised, easy, simple, kind, innocent, native, home-bred
adv. naturally, reasonably

English → Dutch - natural

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bn. natuurlijk, van de natuur; stoffelijk
zn. natuurtalent

English → Greek - natural

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επίθ. φυσικός, φυσιολογικός, έμφυτος, εκ φύσεως

Spanish → German - natural

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n. naturtrieb, natur, naturell, einwohner, eingeborene, landsmann, inländer
a. natürlich, naturgegeben, naturrein, naturgemäß, naturgetreu, lebensecht, echt, urwüchsig, angeboren, gebürtig, ursprünglich, ungezwungen, zwanglos, ungeziert, ungekünstelt, kunstlos, normal, schlicht, selbstve

Spanish → Russian - natural

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n. натура,
adj. природный, естественный, натуральный

Portuguese → French - natural

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1. (geral) naturel 2. (substância) brut; naturel
3. (criança) illégitime 4. (ciência) physique
5. (pessoa) simple; naturel 6. (comportamento) naturel; spontané

English → Arabic - natural

Pronunciation
‏المعتوه، الأبله‏
‏طبيعي، فطري، عادي، غير شرعي، مستدل عليه من الطبيعة، بسيط، جبلي بحكم الولادة‏

English → Chinese - natural

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(形) 自然的, 天生的, 本能的
(名) 天然的东西, 白痴

English → Chinese - natural

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(形) 自然的, 天生的, 本能的
(名) 天然的東西, 白癡

English → Hindi - natural

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n. स्वाभाविक गुणोंवाला, पागल, जन्मज मूर्ख
a. प्राकृतिक, प्रकृतिक, प्रकृतिस्थ, प्राकृत, अकृत्रिम, क़ुदरती, स्वाभाविक, असली, सच्चा, वास्तविक, मामूली, बेतकल्लुफ़, ख़ास, साधारण

English → Japanese - natural

Pronunciation
(形) 自然の; 天然の; 生まれつきの; 未加工の
(名) 適任者; 天才; 白鍵盤; 本位音; ナチュラル; あばずれ

English → Korean - natural

Pronunciation
형. 자연스러운, 자연의 법칙을 따르는; 정상적인; 타고난, 본능적인, 자연 그대로의; 자연의; 인위적이지 않은, 인공적이지 않은
명. 어떤 것에 대해 타고난 재능을 갖고 있는 사람(속어); 어리석은 사람; 하얀색 피아노 건반

English → Vietnamese - natural

Pronunciation
n. người ngu từ lúc mới sanh, người đần độn từ lúc mới sanh, âm nốt tự nhiên, dấu bê ca, cố nhiên, đương nhiên, thiên tư
a. thuộc về tự nhiên, thuộc về thiên nhiên, thiên phú, thiên bẩm, bẩm sinh

Spanish → Korean - natural

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n. 자연
adj. 자연의, 자연스러운

Definition of natural

Pronunciation
Adjective
1. That exists and evolved within the confines of an ecosystem.
The species will be under threat if its natural habitat is destroyed.
2. Of or relating to nature.
In the natural world the fit tend to live on while the weak perish.
3. Without artificial additives.
Natural food is healthier than processed food.
4. As expected; reasonable.
It's natural for business to be slow on Tuesdays.
His prison sentence was the natural consequence of a life of crime.
5. Neither sharp nor flat. Denoted ?.
The piece is played in C natural.
6. Produced by natural organs, such as those of the human throat, in distinction from instrumental music.
7. Applied to an air or modulation of harmony which moves by easy and smooth transitions, digressing but little from the original key.
8. Without, or prior to, modification or adjustment.
The natural motion of a gravitating body
The chairs were all natural oak but the table had a lurid finish.
So-called second-generation silicone breast implants looked and felt more like the natural breast.
9. Having the character or sentiments properly belonging to one's position; not unnatural in feelings.
10. Connected by the ties of consanguinity.
11. Born out of wedlock; illegitimate; bastard.
A natural child
12. Without a condom.
We made natural love.
Noun
13. A native inhabitant of a place, country etc.
14. A note that is not or is no longer to be modified by an accidental, or the symbol ? used to indicate such a note.
15. One with an innate talent at or for something.
He's a natural on the saxophone.
16. An almost white colour, with tints of grey, yellow or brown; originally that of natural fabric.
Natural color:
 
17. One with a simple mind; a fool or idiot.
18. One's natural life.
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